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Melissa & Doug® Service Station Parking Garage With 2 Wooden Cars and Drive-Thru Car Wash
About this item
- An all in one service station!
- Provide your kiddos with hours of pretend play
- Encourages fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, problem solving & imaginative play
This all-in-one service station is truly full service! Park the two included wooden cars in the parking garage with movable elevator or pull them through the car wash. Don't forget to fill up at the gas pump before getting the cars serviced at the garage with sliding doors. This play set for ages 3+ encourages fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, problem solving, and imaginative play. The built-in handle makes it the perfect take-along toy!
Number of Pieces: 3
Dimensions (Overall): 8.5 inches (L) x 12.0 inches (W) x 8.5 inches (H)
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Suggested Age: 3 Years and Up
Weight: 2.9 pounds
Material: Wood, plastic, metal
Vehicle Features: Lightweight
Includes: 2 vehicles, vehicle accessories
Assembly Details: No assembly required
Scale: Not to Scale
Vehicle Motions: Forward, Reverse
Vehicle type: Car
Educational Focus: Large motor skills, Creative Thinking
Power Source: Non-powered
Item Number (DPCI): 204-03-0126
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Most recent reviews
Toddler loves. Expensive for the size.
3 out of 5 stars
kt22 — 5 months ago
My sons loves this toy. Lots of elements to this small toy to be enjoyed. And it is small - the size of a shoe box. I wish it was a little bigge. As with most Melissa & Doug toys, it’s overpriced. I’d expect it to cost more like $15-20. I like that it is made out of wood, so it will last a long time...see moreof the reviewer's review
I would definitey buy this product again.
5 out of 5 stars
Anonymous — 7 months ago
Our almost two year old grandson loves this toy. It encourages his imagination as he takes cars through car wash and fills with gas. Hours of entertainment.see moreof the reviewer's review